Saturday, August 4, 2018

Fundamentals of Machining Processes By Hassan Abdel-Gawad El-Hofy

Fundamentals of Machining Processes By Hassan Abdel-Gawad El-Hofy

Chapter 1 Machining Processes
Chapter 2 Cutting Tools
Chapter 3 Mechanics of Orthogonal Cutting
Chapter 4  Tool Wear, Tool Life, and Economics of Metal Cutting
Chapter 5 Cutting Cylindrical Surfaces
Chapter 6 Cutting Flat Surfaces 
Chapter 7 High-Speed Machining
Chapter 8 Machining by Abrasion
Chapter 9 Abrasive Finishing Processes
Chapter 10  Modern Abrasive Processes
Chapter 11 Machining by Electrochemical Erosion
Chapter 12 Machining by Thermal Erosion
Chapter 13 Combined Machining Processes
Chapter 14 Micromachining
Chapter 15 Machinability
Chapter 16 Machining Process Selection
Machining processes produce finished parts, ready for use or assembly, at high degree of accuracy and surface quality by removing a certain machining allowance from the workpiece material. The removal of material can be achieved by cutting, abrasion, and erosion. Nonconventional machining
by erosion of the workpiece material regardless of their mechanical properties has emerged to tackle problems associated with cutting or abrasion processes. Some machining processes are combined together for achieving higher machining rates, greater product accuracy, and the best possible sur
face characteristics. Many aspects in the field of machining have been covered in detail in the
literature, but this book provides a comprehensive coverage of the field in a single book. I am glad to present this new, revised edition, which has benefited from the suggestions and comments received from readers and professors of various universities. This new edition covers the fundamentals of machining by cutting, abrasion, erosion, and combined processes. It has been expanded and improved and consists of two new chapters that deal with the concept of machinability and the roadmap to selecting a machining process that meets the required design specification. This new edition is a fundamental textbook for undergraduate students enrolled in production, materials, industrial, mechatronics, marine, and mechanical engineering programs. Additionally, students from other disciplines may find this book helpful with courses in the area of manufacturing engineering. It will also be useful for students enrolled in graduate programs related to higher-level machining topics. Professional engineers and technicians working in the field of production technology will find value here as well. The treatment of the different subjects has been developed from basic principles, and knowledge of advanced mathematics is not a prerequisite. Along with fundamental theoretical analysis, this book contains machining data, solved examples, and review questions that are useful for students and manufacturing engineers. A solutions manual is supplied with the book to help those adopting the book.


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